More things are wrought by prayer
Than this world dreams of. Wherefore, let thy voice
Rise like a fountain for me night and day.
For what better are men than sheep or goats
That nourish a blind life within the brain,
If, knowing God, they lift not hands of prayer
Both for themselves and those who call them friend?
For so the whole round earth is every way
Bound by gold chains about the feet of God.
The only chains wherewith men should be bound
Are golden-forged and locked with love.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FACULTY and STAFF 16
STUDENTBODY ORGANIZATIONS 32
CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS 146
On behalf of the Na Hoa Pono staff, we would like to acknowledge
the following firms: Star Bulletin, the yearbook printer; S. K.
Smith Co., for the covers; George-Dean Studio for the class
pictures and Manny Carvalho for printer's assistance. Also
we would like to acknowledge the faculty and student assistants
who did not have their pictures taken with the Na Hoa Pono staff:
Barbara Miller, Ralph Barney, Mike Williams, and John Topolinski.
Thanks go to our first editor, Mary Charlotte Tong for her working
organization and our second editor, Noel McGrevy for the selection
of the cover. We would also like to acknowledge suppliers Hawaii
Camera and Alice Pack.
NA HOA PONO
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CHURCH COLLEGE of HAWAII
KATHRYN S. LEE -- EDITOR
RALPH D. BARNEY - ADVISOR
With respect and
affection we dedicate
the 1964 Na Hoa
Pono to our teacher
and bishop, Wayne
To you men who, in your turn, have come together
to spend and be spent in the endless crusade against
wrong; to you who face the future resolute and
confident; to you who strive in a spirit of brotherhood
for the betterment of our nation; to you who gird
yourselves for this great new fight in the neverending
warfare for the good of mankind, I say in closing . . .
We stand at Armageddon and we battle for the Lord.
"STRIVE IN A SPIRIT
HUGH B. BROWN
The First Presidency of
the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints is David
0„ McKay. He is the ninth
president of the LDS Church
and is a latter day prophet.
Through his guidance the
Church College of Hawaii was
begun eight years ago. Nathan
L. Tanner and Hugh B. Brown
are his counselors. Without
the help of great men like
these, the 'Spirit of Brother-
hood' would only be a mean-
DAVID 0. McKAY
President Of The Church Of Jesus Christ
Of Latter-day Saints
THE PACIFIC BOARD OF EDUCATION
DR. DAVID RIRIE, Consultant
DR. KENNETH FARRER
The Pacific Board of Educa-
tion inspected CCH for the
purpose of determining the
scholastic standards as com-
pared to that of other colleges.
Church College was given an-
other four-year rating, which
means that CCH is fully
accredited with the Pacific
Board of Educators. Pre-
sident Mendenhall has been
seen periodically around cam-
pus, taking an interest in
activities and its welfare.
Front row: DR. OWEN j. COOK WENDELL B. MENDENHALL
EDWARD L. CLISSOLD
PRESIDENT RICHARD T. WOOTTON
"FACE THE FUTURE RESOLUTE
In the world's greatest sermon, Jesus delivered on the Mount, we
are advised to go a second mile if someone requires us to go one
mile. Student activities such as this yearbook are, I believe, a
second mile. Such activities are not required for a degree. They
are an accomplishment beyond the ordinary run of class work.
Those who have produced this book, have provided their fellow
students with a treasure chest of aloha memories.
For students, faculty, and my office I thank the editors, advisor,
and skilled workers who produced this book and congratulate them
on its general excellence.
Each of the College's nine years has had its distinctive accom-
plishments: 1955-56, much pioneering, the first Na Hoa Pono;
1956-57, intensive work by labor missionaries building the new
campus; 1957-58, the first influx of South Pacific and Mainland
students; 1958-59, completion of a new campus, dedication, and
getting organized on it; 1959-60, doubling of enrollment, accreditation
as a junior college, beginning of the four-year program; 1960-61,
new dormitories under construction, accreditation by the Western
College Association as a four-year institution; 1961-62, growth of
47%, dedication of new dormitories; 1962-63, the largest number of
and general education studies in applied thinking; and 1963-64,
dedication of the Polynesian Cultural Center and extended accredita-
tion by the Western College Association.
To us and to you the greatest thing during recent years is that you
were here. Next year our aim is to serve you and more of your
friends by bringing the College of capacity operation, surpassing the
1,000 mark. An attractive yearbook such as this will help us reach
the goal. Mahalo and aloha pumehana.
"ENDLESS CRUSADE AGAINST WRONG..."
Members of the President's Advisory Committee
are President George W, Poulsen Jr., President Max
W„ Moody, President George Q. Cannon, Chairman, Pres-
ident Howard B„ Stone,
Dean Olson and President Wooton
GIRD YOURSELVES FOR THIS GREAT NEW FIGHT...''
Our deans have truly been our
guides. Kay Anderson, our Dean of
Instruction, and Ralph Olson, our
Dean of Students, have assisted us
throughout the school year. Their
fine guidance has made possible an
academically successful year. Our
honor roll club has climbed in mem-
bership, and we have again been ap-
proved by the Accreditation team this
year. Our heart-felt thanks to our
deans . . . our guides.
RALPH D. OLSON
Dean of Students
KAY J. ANDERSEN
Dean of Instruction
"FOR THE BETTERMENT OF OUR NATION...'
JOSEPH R. SPURRIER
Without the help of these men
- - - our 'stays' - - - we could
not have had a year quite as pro-
ficient as this year has been. These
men are the foundation of Brotherhood, for the effort and help they gave to us was
the basis for our successful school year. Our deepest gratitude goes out to our
Administration - - - thanks for making the 'Spirit of Brotherhood* more than just
KENNETH T. SLACK
We are they who will not take
From palace, priest, or code
A meaner Law than "Brotherhood"
A lower Lord than God-
Business and Technology
rts and Science Division Head
odern Language, Religion
Education Division Head
Psychology, Hebrew, Religion
College Certificate Division Head
Art Department Head
He didn't say we had to put it back
together, but that's what the book
says. Ok, who has the heart?
Biological Sciences Department Head
Secondary Education, Psychology
Elementary Education, Religion
Secondary Education, Psychology
Secondary Education, Psychology
Journalism, Public Relations
English and Journalism
rch College students taking English
. foreign language attend class in the
Physical Education, Health
Health and Physical Education
Physical Education, Health
Physical Education, Health
History and Social Sciences
Home Economics, Religion
Linda Godfrey (left) and Bonnie Williams
prepare a meal in the Home Living lab.
ROBERT BLAINE HENRY LINDSEY
Industrial Arts, Religion Industrial Arts, Religion
ILBERT HAGGEN RICHARD COBURN RONALD GLENN
[id us trial Arts Department Head Mathematics Department Head Mathematics
lbert Haggen, Industrial Arts Department Head
es fingers rather than finger lift to tote machine
Modern Language Department Head
Music Department Head
lseling Department Head
Speech and Dramatic Arts
Allan Barcarse - Japanese
Florence Iwami - Business
Katsuhiro Kajiyama - Japanese
Clinton Kanahele - Hawaiian
Valerie Meyers - Art
Lawrence Rast - Religion
Perry White - Religion
LELAND HEYWOOD KAPUA SPROAT
Health Physical Education
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) right) Ryohei Watanabe, Elec-
; George Sieb, Custodian; Kay
to rignt; Kyonei watanaDt
n; George Sieb, Custodii
Rnnerinrenrtem of Buildi
hel Dana, JC ^
t of Buildings and
Superintend enr of Buildings and
Ethel Dana, Secre-
(Left to right) F.velyn Vest, Nurse; Kimball Young, Bookstore-
Manager; Rena Makaiau, Switchboard Operator; Allison Baxter,
General Secretary. Lower Right: (left to right) Agnes ^
Haiku, Cashier; Dorothy Suafilo, Clerk; Mildred Goo, Sec-ljlj
retary to the Treasurer.
Staff and Maintenance
Arnold Boe - Maintenance
Janice Rogers - Secretary to the Librarian
Ross Sorenson - Grounds Custodian
Leola Stevens - Secretary to the Counselors
Dean of Students
Mary I 'ere
Dean of Instruction
Men's Dorm I - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mocksing
Women's Dorm II - Mrs. Erma Blackham
Women's Dorm I - Mrs. Isabella Stokoe
Men's Dorm II - Mr. and Mrs. Shinobu Nishikawa
Women's Dorm III - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parker
Men's Dorm III - Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ah Quin
Let us no more be true to boasted race or clan,
But to our highest dream, the brotherhood of man.
Dorothea Dee Dee Tai
Vice President Assembly
Nora Lee Stevens
Vice President Social
Aiono Fakalata Maile Aina
Lakalaka Malohifoo'u Paul Sybrowski
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WAREN TRUEBLOOD, KATH1 REEVE, DEE DEI I Ai, \1ILDR I D TERUYA, PAM NIELSEN ,NORA STEVENS, ALFRED NOBRIGA
JAMES SMITH. LOKELAN1 LINDSEY, ALVINLIU, VIOLET AI, MOANA MAE RICHARDS, LOUISE MAUI, JOHN WHEELER .
standing mike willams. allenloo. norman pule, mel aki
sitting lokelani lindsey, moana mae richards dee dee tai
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A M S
6 Rodiey Johnson J«k Wl " * el Aki
Vice Preside.! Pr « jd " t Secretflry
Dee Dee Tai
Nancy Kaauwai Nani Ann Akana
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BACK ROW: Roger Gull, Ralph Barney,
Sterling Provost. FRONT ROW: Dee
Dee Tai, Dean of Students Ralph Olsen,
Lokelani Lindsey, Richard Waite.
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( E A L A K A ' I STAFF
Published every other Thursday
during the school year by the Stu-
dent Body Association. Staffed by
students of the Church College of
Hawaii, Lale, Oahu. Subscription,
$3.00 per school year. Member of
the Associated Collegiate Press.
HOA PONO STAFF
Wilson K. Ho
The crest and crowning of all good,
Life's final star is Brotherhood.
MOANA MAE RICHARDS
AH QUIN , JOSEPH
Is it true? Does Moana Mae Richards
really have slaves and maids-in-waiting?
St. Louis, Missouri
Sigma Tau Sigma
Helen Kaneakua's talents were enhanced
by bribes of chicken for the Miss Na Hoa
Masako Kai; NEA
Sigma Tau Sigma
Sigma Tau Sigma;
Raiders, Hui Alii
ING, BETTY ANN
"Some Enchanted Evening" with Joe Ah
Sigma Tau Sigma; IK
Servettes; Hui Alii
Marseilles Nepe is caught in the act of
doing away with the Sophomore pictures.
MALOHIFO OU, LAKALAKA
Neiafu, Vavau, Tonga
Laie , Oahu
Irwin Eli in the traveling assembly takes
his audience as far as Mexico.
Rotorua, New Zealand
Speech & Dramatics
Don Webb's 5 o'clock
itself at lunchtime.
Arts & Sci.
VON DEM KAMP, MARY
Home Ec. Club
NEA; Sigma Tau Sigma
Servettes; Hui Alii
There is a destiny which makes us brothers;
None goes his way alone.
M E N
Front Row: (left to right) Pamela Nielson, John Wheeler, Kathleen Reeve.
Second Row: (left to right) Doug Owen, James Smith, Mike Rodrigues,
Miss Barbara Miller, Advisor.
The officers of the Freshmen Class for
the 1963-64 school year were: President,
John Wheeler; Vice-president, Mike Rodri-
gues; Secretary-Treasurer, Doug Owen;
Representatives, Pamela Nielson, Kathleen
Reeve and James Smith.
Highlighting the Freshmen activities was
the Orientation Beach Party at Kakela before
first semester began. Singing, playing and
refreshments were enjoyed by those who
With the Intercollegiate Knights in charge
of the initiation of the Freshmen, all Fresh-
men were required to help clean the Block
•"C" (hill with the letter "C" in the back
of the dormitories). Those who did not
show up had lipstick smeared on their faces
by the upper class men.
On December 14, the Freshmen class
went on a touring bus excursion around
Oahu. The class visited many places that
are tourist and kamaaina attractions including
Makapu (a surfing spot), Sandy Beach, Blow
Hole, Hanauma Bay, Hawaii Kai, Waikiki,
Ala Moana Shopping Center and the Honolulu
Zoo. At Wahiawa the group tasted fresh,
juicy pineapple from the pineapple stand.
Miss Barbara Miller, class advisor, accom-
panied the group.
The International Ball on March 20, 1964
revealed who were Mr. and Miss Freshmen.
The Freshmen Class picked Tui Hunkin of
Laie, Oahu as Miss Freshmen and Jim Hol-
strum as Mr. Freshmen.
ADAMS, SANDRA AFUALO, PENINA
Wailuku, Maui American Samoa
AKIYAMA, IRENE ALALAMUA. MOETOTO
Hilo, Hawaii American Samoa
ATONO, AUKUSO ATUAIA, VAILAAU
Western Samoa Apia, Samoa
ALUSA, SAMUELA NAFE
CHING, GEORGE CHRISTIAN, WAYNE
Honolulu, Oahu Anahola, Kauai
BEGONIA, PATRICIA BENIONI, PATOA
California Cook Island
CHRISTENSEN, MANYA CHUN, ERIC
Reno, Nevada Honolulu, Oahu
CHUNG, DIANA CLONTS, ROBERT
Wahiawa, Oahu Haleiwo, Oahu
DELA CRUZ, PAULETTE DEVEREAUX, NEIL
Honolulu, Oahu Laie, Oahu
ELLIS, MIKE ENLOW, TERRY
Honolulu, Oahu Guam
DEVEREAUX, PAUL DIETRICH, ROBERT
Laie, Oahu Kaneohe, Oahu
ENOS, DWAYNE FAAPOULI. TORISE
Honolulu, Oahu American Samoa
CROOKS, GLEN DAVIS, SANDRA
Fort Madison, Iowa Wailuku, Maui
V X} X %£ si
DUMAGUIN JAMES EDWARDS, BOB
Kono Hawaii Oxnard Calif.
FAIN, PRISCIllA FAKAIATA AIONA
Wailuku. Maui Tonga
FANNIN, BONNIE FATAFEHI WILLSON
Burbonk Colif. Fiji
FRIETAS, HARRY FUGAl.GAIL
Naolehu, Hawaii Pleasant Groove, Utah
Preston , Idoho
FERNANDEZ, LORRAINE FIGUFIRA, LAWRENCE
Honolulu, Oahu Kailua, Oahu
FURUTO,DAVID FUYUMURO, KAREN
Kahuku.Oahu Aiea, Oahu
GOO, WANDA GOYA, ELAINE
Anahola, Kauai Waimanalo, Oahu
FIGUERRES, LEOLA FISHER, CYNTHIA
Lahaina, Maui Wahiowo, Oahu
GENZER, JIM GIBSON,PETE
Portland, Oregon Waialua, Oahu
GUNN, HAROLD HAITSUKA, CALVIN
Northridge, Calif. Kaneohe, Oahu
HALECK, WILLIAM HALLSTROM, JAMES
American Samoa Honolulu, Oahu
HIRATA, RONALD HOLLINGSWORTH, SALLY
Honolulu, Oahu Auburn, Calif.
HARDY, JOAN HARKER, ZOE ANN
Honolulu, Oahu Raymond, Alberta, Canada
IELI, TIVA IMAMOTO, JERRY
Fiji Lahaina, Maui
HEIRAKUJI, CHARLES HEW, ARLETTE
Hawi, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu
la Mesa, Calif.
STUS, CHARLENE KAANEHE, ODETTA
kane, Washington Honolulu, Oahu
KAIUHIOKALANI, NORMAN KAM, WILLIAM
Kaneohe, Oohu Koneohe, Oahu
KANEMOTO, MARY ANN KAU, DIANE
Aiea, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu
AKEALANI, SHIRLEY KEALAMAKIA, THOMAS
Kono, Hawaii Kona, Hawoii
KEKUAWA, PAULETTE KELSEY, DAVE
Honolulu, Oahu Inglewood, Calif.
KAMANA, AGNES KANAHELE, THOMAS
Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu
KAUPU, ROBERT KAWAAUHAU, LINDA
Hilo, Howoii Naalehu, Hawaii
KIAHA, HANSEN KIAHA, HENRY
Nonakuli, Oohu Nonokuli, Oahu
KINIKINI,DAN KOENIG, ROY
Tonga Haleiwa, Oahu
LAGADON, LUCIA LAMB,THOMAS
Ookala, Hawaii Sacramento, Calif.
KOMATSU, FERN KONGAIKA, KAKAIA
Honolulu, Oahu Tonga
KRETCHMER, ANDREA KUALAAU, EZRA
Burbank, Calif. Honolulu, Oahu
LAWRENCE, PAMELA LEAVITT, CAROLYN
Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu Oahu
LIKES, JANA LIUFAU, ALUFI HUNKIA
It lake City, Utah Honolulu, Oohu
LOMU, BENJAMIN IOUGHMILLER, DANIEL
Tonga Honolulu, Oahu
TAELE. TUPOUNIUA MATSUOKA, 3EORGE
Tonga Honolulu, Oahu
MAY, BRUCE MANULELEWA.SAIE
American Forks, Utah American Samoa
MacARTHUR, SUSAN MANKI CAROL ANN
Kailua, Oahu Wahiawa, Oahu
Mc KINLAY, HEATHER
Ewa Beach, Oahu
MILLS, NORENE MOHETAU, DAVID
Show Low, Arizona Tonga
MOO, TEHINA M UNANUI JEKEHU
Tahiti Papeete, Tahiti
Hilo, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu
NIELSEN PAMELA NIKO, WINNIE
Monroe, Utah American Samoa
NISHIDA, LLOYD NISHIYAMA, MELVIN
Hilo, Hawaii Honolulu, Oohu
MURAMOTO, MARSHA MURONAGA, RONALD
Lihue, Kauai Kaneohe Oahu
NIDAY, GILBERT NIELSON, KAREN
Kailua. Hawaii South loguno Calif
NIUTUPUIVAHA TIKI NORTH GARY
Tonga Koncohf Oonv
HUMUKINI MAURICE OKAZAKI SHIRLEY
Kaneohe Oohu Paauhau, Hawaii
ASCUAL JOSEPHINE PAUGA, AO
onokaa, Hawaii Western Samoa
PAXTON, ROGER POAI, JAMES
Santa Rosa, Calif. Hauula, Oahu
SHIN, MYUNG PAC K, BARBARA
Korea l a j e , Oahu
PALMER, MARY LYNN
POTTER. SANDRA PULE, LYMAN
Kailua, Oahu Kohala, Hawaii
SALANOA, SAILINA SCHUTT, BARBARA
Samoa Ewa Beach, Oahu
SCOTT, KAROLAINA SEQUEIRA, LEVAN
Laie, Oahu Lahaina, Maui
SHIMIZU, GARY SMITH, JAMES
Honolulu, Oahu Ewa Beach, Oahu
SNYDER, RICHARD SPANGLER TRISHA
China Lake, Calif. Laie, Oahu
ROLL, LYNNE ROUBICEK DANIELA
Honolulu, Oahu Midvale, Utah
SETHMAN, GAILE SHARP, RONNIE
Honolulu, Oahu Preston, Idaho
STANLEY, PAUL STEPHENSON DE ANN
Kailuo Oahu Kailuo Oahu
EVEN, CLIFFORD STODDARD, RICHARD
irtlond Oregon Cormichoel, Calif.
SYBROWSKI. PAUL TUITAVUKI, ANN
Salt Lake City, Utah Tonga
Pu hi. Kauai
TAM, ALAN TAM. NELLANNETTE
Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu
TEROOATEAJHERESE TOIA, JOSEPH
Tahiti Western Samoa
TONGA, HOATATAU TOPOLINSKI, JOHN
Tonga Honolulu, Oahu
TOUTAIOLEPO, IKAVUKA TUFUGA, TUIFAO
Tonga American Samoa
VAMANRAV, PETER VENU, WILLIAM
Tonga Western Samoa
Guanada Hills, Calif.
WIGHT, HARRY WILLIAMS, BONNIE
Tonga Aiea, Oahu
ULANDAY, LORAINE ULUAVE, PITA
Kekaha, Kauai Tonga
WARDELL, MARGRET WHEELER. JOHN
Garden Grove, Calif. Mesa, Arizona
IFGRAMM, KOIOTI WOLFGRAMM, MAKELETA
WONG, WEI KIAO MARIE
'AMASHITA ANN YANCEY. CAROL
Waiulou, Oahu Aieo, Oahu
WONG CHONG, AUDRREY YAMASAKI, NORMAN
Kau, Hawaii Wailuku, Maui
Due to lack of interest, no one could be found to run for any sophomore class 'offices'; therefore,
the second year students were deprived of leaders to initiate and organize activities.
H SING, LEILA ALDRIDGE, CAROL ALLISON, RONALD ARAKAKI.VERNELLE
lahalai, Man Kailua, Oahu Woodland Hills, Calif. Wahiawa, Oahu
BAKER, ANTOINETTE BARRETT, RAEDENE
Wahiawa, Oahu logaa, Utah
BASKER, RICHARD BECHERT, JULIANNA BLACK, FRED BROWER, CHARLES BROWN, MARY AGNES
Honolulu, Oahu Wailuku, Moui Poison, Montana Poison, Montana Honolulu, Oahu
Sunset Beach, Oahu
LRDON. PEGGY CHAGAMI, ARLENE
I Paso, Teias Honolulu, Oahu
CHANG, DAPHNE CHANG, ERIC
Honolulu, Cahu Aiea, Oahu
CHANG, JUNE CHAPMAN, ROSANNE
Laie, Oabi Los Angeles, California
CHUN, KAREN CLEVER, NANCY
Wahiawa, Oahu San Diego, California
COBURN, LINDA COOK, ZINA COOMBS, MARGARET CRAIG, LINDA
Laie, Oahu Kaneohe, Oahu El Verio, California Scottsdale, Arizoia
DAVIE, MARILLYN DAYES, BERYL
Brisbane, Australia New York
DODO, LARRY DRAAYER, LINDA FONUA, PAUL
Hilo, Hawaii Clearfield, Utah Tonga
FEUZ, ERICA GOO, LINDA
Troy, Michigan Hilo, Hawaii
HANSEN, JOEL HOWARD, MAMO HOWELL, MARRIELLEN HURRELL, JOHN
Sparks, Nevada Aiea,Oahu Lanikai, Oakn Tonga
IMAZU, JUDITH INGRAM. IRVIN
Wailnke, Man Redding, Celif.
ESSOP, DOUGLAS JOHNS, RICK
Honolulu Oahu two Beach Oahu
LEE, CURRIE LEE, KATHRYN
Honolulu. Oahu Honolulu, Oahu
JONES, CHRISTINE KAJIYAMA, KATSUHIRO KALA, ELSIE
Ogden, Utah Hiroshima, Japan Kealakekua, Hawaii
MALAN. KANDI MARCOS, JOSEPH MATTHES, RUDY
Laie, Oahu Waionae, Oahu Laie, Oahu
KUOHA, CHERLYN KUMAR, SHISHIR
Honolulu, Oahu *•"' W
LIBERTY, KAREN LINCOLN, ALBERTA
Wahiawa, Oahu Kailaa, Oahu
LO, KINBOURNE LUM, STANLEY
Honolulu, Oohu Kohalo, Hawaii
McGEE, RENEE MECHAM, BRENDA
Holbrook, Arizona Salt Lake City, Utah
ARAKAKI, MAY MIYASHIRO, CHESTER
Waimea, Kauai Kaneohe, Oahu
PACK, DONNA REDD, MERLENE
Van Nuy$, Calif. Moitecello, Utah
TOMA, RIKUA ROTHEY, LON
Naha, Okinawa Ogden, Utah
MOO, OPURA MUCHMORE. ANN OKOUCHI. DAVID
Papeete, Tahiti Kailua,Oahu Waialua, Oahu
SEIJI, JUDY SCOTT, JAMES SHEPARD, THOMAS
Aiea, Oahu Ewa, Oahu Ewa, Oahe
OKAWA, NAOMI PARKER, FRED
Houula. Oahu Honolulu, Oahu
RICE,EVERETT RICHARDS, MAILE
Ewa, Oahu Wailuku, Maui
SIKA, SIONE SING, RONALD
Tonga Honolulu, Oahu
SMITH. EMERY SMITH. KENNETH STEVENS, NORA LEE STROZEWSKI, SUE
Lai., Oaht Costro Valley, Calif. Hilo, Hawaii Salem, Utah
TAI, DOREEN TAMURA, THELMA
Pearl City, Oahu Hoiolili, Oaha
The students spent many a happ) hOUJ waiting for their delic
TRUEBIOOD, MARTHA V ASC ON CELL OS. SUE
Pleasant Hill, Calif. Ho.oluli Oaha
WAAGEK, JERRY WAYMAN. MARY
Bountiful. Utah Honolulu, Oahu
WESTWOOD, RUSSELL WHITE, BURL WHITING. GLENNA WILLIAMS, EDWARD
West Jordan, Utah Anahola, Kauai Flagsaff, Arizona Honolulu, Oahu
CCH students as seen by one who has been up all night studying for exams.
WONG, CLAIRE WONG, RANDOLPH YAFUSO, AKIRA YAO, JOHN
Honolulu, Oahu KaMohe, Oahe Naha. Okinawa Papeete, Tahiti
The junior class officers for 1964 were Alvin Liu, president; Vernon Davies, vice president; Victoria
Kealohi, secretary-treasurer and Mildred Teruya, representative. Although no planned activities
were held first semester, a hike to Block "C," and a movie and dinner in Honolulu provided activities
for members of the junior class during second semester.
AFUALO. SONE AINA, MAILE
America Samoa San Franisco, Calif.
CHIKAZAWA, DENNIS CLOUTIER, BOB
Pahoa, Hawaii Kaneohe, Oahu
DELANY , MAXEEN GALEAI. VATAU
Pearl City, Oahu Laie Oahu
AKAMINE, AMY AMASIO, SISI AMONA. ROSELYN
Honolulu, Oahu Tonga Kailua, Oahu
GOWANS, MARGARET GUERRERO, MARVIN HANSEN, ROBERT
Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Tonga
ANDRUS, LISA BROWN, ROY
Pasadena, Calif. Idaho Falls, Idaho
COCKETT, MIKE CUIZON, CARMEN
Lihue, Kauai Honapepe, Kauai
JDDY, DAVID ITO, JANE
iorl City, Oahu Lahaina Maui
POO IAVERNE KUBO MIKE
HILO Hawaii Papaahoa, Hawaii
JARMAN, ROSEMARY JEPSON, GAY JONES. JANICE
Laie Oahu Auckland, New Zealand Glendale. Calif.
LUM, RAYMOND MAEDA ANNETTE MANU, NESA
Waimanalo. Oahu Halavla, Hawaii Western Samoa
KAILI DAVID KEALOHI, VICTORIA
Tonga laie, Oahu
LEE, JAMES LEONG, SIDNEY
Honolulu, Oahu Hilo, Hawaii
MATHENY, MELODIE MIZUTA. ROBIN
Torrance, Calif. Honolulu, Oahu
NAMAHOE. MASON NAKATA, KATHERINE
Hilo, Hawaii Koloa, Kauai
*xm *~» <V»
MAUSIA, ETIKA MC6REVY, NOEL MCGREVY, WAYNE
Tonga New Zealand New Zealand
OHUMUKINI. HENRY ORR, RUTH PEARCE CAROLYN
Kamuela, Hawaii Alberta, Canada Kailua, Oahu
OATES, LYNN OCHS, DARWIN
New Zealand San Diego. Calif.
MATSUDA, ALLEN PACK, ALICE
Kaneohe, Oahu Laie, Oahu
NATIVIDAD, STAN Nil) JOHN
Kailuo. Oahu Tonga
PERE. HARATA PAUL JENNI
Hastings New Zealand Tasmania Aus
rTMAN. KAY POUAHU GEORGE
>alinao. Calif. Howi Hawaii
BACKA PHYLIS SALEA IOSEFA
ilo Alto. Calif. Western Samoa
San Carlos, Calif.
PULE. NORMAN ROBERTS, CHRISTINE SADLER, KATIE
Kohala. Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu New Zealand
The day the students tried their hand at cooking dinner.
SAHIM, DAVID SAKUMA, DENNIS
Fiji Islands Wahiawa, Oahu
SANFT, MATANGI SASAKI, RAYMOND
Tonqa Honolululu, Oahu
SUAFILO, PAUL TAI, DOROTHEA
Laie, Oahu Pearl City, Oahu
TERUYA, BARBARA TERUYA. MILDRED
Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu
WHITFORD, NEVADA WILLIAMS, MIKE WILSON, JOAN
Kaneohe, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu Honolulu, Oahu
URE, PAT VANNATTA, ANNA
Alberta, Canada Kaneohe. Oahu
WINN. JACK WOODBURY MAYONE
Kailua, Oahu North Ogden Utah
This section is devoted to
all those late-coming students--
those who came to CCH as sec-
ond semester students and also
to those first semester people who
managed not to have their photos
taken until second semester. We
also dedicate this section to the
late-comers to the cafeteria, to
the dorms, to classes, to Sunday
School, to Church and to anywhere
else one manages to arrive late.
ALLRED, KRIS BARCLAY, BARBARA
New Mexico Honolulu, Oohu
CHILDS, MARILYN CHOY, CLAIRE
Oqden, Utah laie, Oahu
ELLIS, KATHY FAKALATA. ANE
La Habro, Calif. Tonaa
BARLOW, DIANE BROWN. MARY SUE BUKARAU. WAQANIVALU
Bountiful, Utah Kaimuki, Oahu Fiii
BUFFANDEAU. ANNE CHANG. JUANITA
Honolulu, Oohu Santa Monica, Calif.
COMBS. CAROLEEN CONNABLE. LYNNE
Sunset Beach Honolulu, Oahu
FURBEE, JAYNIE GODDARD, JUDY GREGORY. JUDY
Fremont, Calif. Seattle, Wash. Murray, Utah
HANSEN, AllYN HAYNER. ROBIN
Tucson. Arixona Honolulu. Ouhu
ARR. GLADYS IEE, LEAH
broIuIu. Oohu Hoolehua. Molokai
MATSUI JUNE MATUATO SIPUAO
foiluku, Mali Western Samoa
ii -* MmmmW
NIN, MARIE OFA VEA, TUPOU
New Zealand Tonga
KING. YVONNE LEONARD, SHERI LINDSEY. LOKELANI
Laie. Oohu Visolio, Calif, l«»'«< Orti
PURCELL, IRWINN QUENSELL, WALTER RAST, MICHELE
Western Samoa Tonga Wahiawa, Oahu
McKINNON BETHEL MAHI LOUISE
Australia Wailihi . Mali
NAEATA MOSESE NATOKO JOSAIA
ROGERS, GARY SALM, MARY
Wahiawa, Oahi Magna, Utah
SHIRIWASTAU, SATISH TAGUCHI. VELMA
Fiji Honolulu, Oahu
TAOSOAA, PENILOSA TUIFUA, ULUAMU TUIONE. SIONE
Western Samoa Tongatapn, Tonga PangiJonqa
TUHOE. LEILA, VAKALALA, JOSAIA
WEBB, LYNETTE YAMASHITA.SHIGEKO
Corvallis. Oregon Japan
Some line up to get in while others run to get out.
YEH CLAUDIA ZUKERVICH GAIl
Taiwan, China Schofitld.Onni
A mystic bond of brotherhood makes all men one.
Sigma Tau Sigma is theacade-
iic honor society at The Church
ollege of Hawaii. The aim of
ie society la to honor those
:udents who while carrying at
ast 15 hours of credit receive
3.25 grade point average and
help other students raise their
The activities sponsored by
gma Tau Sigma during the 1963-
1 school year were: Thursday
ght help sessions for students
iving study problems, a steak
> at Clissold 8 beach, and ush-
:ing for the David O. McKay
cture and the play "Julius
PERMANENT MEMBERS: FRONT ROW:
Judy Manu, Joel Hansen. BACK ROW:
John Beck, Don Wescott, Roger Gull.
Vernon Davies, Beth Westwood,
Thomas Tyler, Darwin Ochs,
PROBATIONARY MEMBERS: John Wheeler, Barbara Pack,Thelma
Parsons. Mary Ann Wayman, Ruth Orr, Gustave Forsythe.
FRONT ROW: Susan Stitzer, Erica Feuz , Elaine White, Janet Mack,
Carolyn Leavitt, Andy Kretchmer. MIDDLE ROW: Jill Mulligan,
Linda Jackson, Susan MacArthur, Ann Buffandeau, Donna Allred,
Priscilla Fain. LAST ROW: Advisor - Miss Hyer, Ruth Orr, Janice
Jones, Beryl Dayes, Jeanine Bechtold, Bonnie Fannin.
Ka Lani Kai Officers (left to right): Andrea Kretchmer,
Historian; Lynda Godfrey, President; Linda Jackson, Secretary
Treasurer; Kandi Malan, Vice President, Lucile Hyer, Advisor,
Sue Stitzer, Publicity.
KA LANI KAIS
The "Ka Lani Kai" of 1963-64 had a very
successful year. They put on a Christmas
assembly went on a hike to "Sacred Falls",
sponsored a movie and carnival dance. The
club had various money making projects
such as: a car wash, selling of hats and
pom poms during the basketball games,
selling of pop corn-balls and Christmas
The Seasidettes performed during the game
intermissions, This year proved exciting
and many lasting friendships were made
through membership in this club. The
club advisor was Miss Lucile Hyer.
James Rathburn's the center of at-
traction among the Kalani Kais.
KNE1 UNO: Wilson Ho, James Bassett, Richard Caldito
PIRS1 ROW: Allison Baxter, Ann Muchemore, Mason Namahoe, Marilyn Childs, Kathy Kllis.Kathryn
I laine White, Ken "Dynamite" Watanabe, Judy Goddard, Pat Kaikuli, Karen Chun, Mrs. Kana-
kaole, Gerry Gahan, Virginia Fong
SECOND ROW: Pualani Kanakaole, Betty Jane Nahale, Kuuipo Silva, Mary Salm, Nancy Afualo, Loretta Ak-
ina, Harriet Kamakea, Gladys Karr, Dorothy Kahalewai, Nevada Whitford
IHIKD ROW: Bill Aniu, Wilson Fatafehi, Roy Koenig, Audrey Davenport, Alvin Liu, Nae Aikau, Parley Ka-
nakaole, Wayne Christian, Margaret Parker-Advisor, Allen Loo
HAWAIIAN CLUB MEMBERS
Are you sure that CCH burned down???
The Hui Alii has made great strides in its activities since
its organization in the fall of 1962. Its objective, to preserve
the Hawaiian Culture and to spread the spirit of Aloha to all
Hawaiians and Hawaiians in heart, has gained in stature and
prominence within two years through devoted services of its
Anything the matter Betty?
Hele mai ai - Come and eat.
The faculty members want to get into the act.
What lovely maidens!
C T I N
The boys can't help but laugh at Mel Aki's abdominal
FRONT ROW: William Venu, Pa una Ao, Penina Afualo, Sonny Taosoga, Margaret Combs, Tufuga Tui,
Nancy Ofoia, Joshia To'ia, Judy Goddard. SECOND ROW: Vailaau Atuaia, John Beck, Vatau Galea!,
Nifo Mauigoa, Eddie Hunkin, William Haleck, Ami Ava, Akusa Aiono, Torise Taosoga. THIRD ROW;
Eileen Searle, Relva Sonderegger, Lynette Webb, Luse Taposoa, Tala Leiatava, Tui Hunkin, Patoa
Benioni, Eni Hunkin, Diane Barclay, Gloria Byrd, Hru Tuiono, Nicholas Levy, Joseph Salea, Dr.
The Samoana Club, has a very active membership. The purpose of this club is to help Itfl members
and others who are interested attain an understanding, appreciation, and respect tor Samoa* customs
^HighS'ing the club activities this year was the annual Taumafataga (feast) which was held la|
the end of the first semester. The club also had a beach party a, Walmea Bay and a hike to tho
-Unknown Fall". The club assembly. The Arrival of the LDS Church In Samoa terminated an-
other eventful club year. jq5
Aiona Fakalata ponders over a problem.
N G A N
cers of the club:Sisi A masio- secretary Sione
i-president,Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tyler- advi-
s.Aiona Fakalata-vice president.
FRONT ROW: Sisi Amasio, Na'ati Talakai, Raouleen Bodnar, Akilisi
Pahulu, Aiona Fakalata, Suliana Lauhingoa, Sikineti Lavulo. SECOND
ROW: Lili Sanft, Kakala Kongaika, Janice Jones, Vernon Tyler (Advisor),
Arlean Tyler, Makeleta Wolfgramm, Mele Langi, Sioana Talakai, THIRD
ROW: Paul Muti, Tupouniua Mataele, Tevita Ma'ukakala, Moli Ngatuvai,
Ofisi Pututau, Samuela Nafe, Paul Fonua, Sefo Tonga. FOURTH ROW:
Sione Keni, Seti Ulu'ave, Tupou Vea, Lamisitoni Wolfgramm, Harry
Wight, Mosese Naeata, Etika Mausia, Solomone Toki, Maile Tiki, Peter
The inscription in the Tongan Royal Coat of Arms,
"God and Tonga are My Inheritance" magnify the spirit
of the Tongan Club which aims at promoting the "brother-
hood of men" through sharing the Tongan culture and radi-
ating the warmth of the Friendly Isles to all with whom
club members come in contact. The club advisors are
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tyler. "Ofa atu".
Left to right: Martha Trueblood,Miss Fae Millerberg,
Barbara Nielson,Marie Wong,Soana Talakai,Miss Bar-
bara Christensen,Mary Von Dem Kemp,Naati Talakai,
Rima Leger.Kakala Kongaika,Sikineti Lavulo
"Mmm, I think you should
cut down on the calories,"
Miss Millerburg advises Bon-
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to professionally improve students
studying Home Fxonomics, to develop leadership and cooperation by sponsoring
activities, to encourage scholarship, to get acquainted with the occupations and
industries related to Home Fxonomics, and to demonstrate the major activities
of students in the Division of Home Living.
Under the guidance of Miss Christensen and Miss Millerberg, the members of
the club had Mrs. Carper teach them how to make fabric roses, and Mr. Wylie
Swapp showed them how to make Christmas cards.
The girls enjoyed the display of fruits and Hawaiian handicrafts when they toured
thu Bishop Museum, in Honolulu. They also visited the Dole Sugar Refinery in
Honolulu, where they saw how sugar cane was processed. As the farewell BOCial
"l the school year, the club prepared a Chinese dinner.
Soana Talakai, Kakala Konjiaika and
Leger plan a Interesting meal.
T H E A T R A
Linda Craig prepares herself while Charlotte
Smith, Annette Maeda and Joan Wilson wait im-
patiently for their turns to recite their poems.
Theatra Club officers and members assemble for initiation.
Theatra, the newest organized club on campus, is composed
of Church College of Hawaii drama enthusiasts.
In its program of work and fun, Theatra attempted to carry
out its purpose "to promote the appreciation of fine dramatic
art through creative dramatic activities." The emblem of
the club is the masks of comedy and tragedy; the club colors
are royal purple and metallic gold.
During the year Theatra held initiation for new members,
co-sponsored the two Oumansky Magic Ring productions'
presented at Church College of Hawaii, and ushered at and
helped technically with the three CCH plays.
CHAMPION VOLLEYBALL TEAM - Katherine
Bush, Thelma Lindsey, Evan Sugiyama, Violet
Ai, Nancy Wallace, Lena Figuerres, Agnes
Kay Johnson and Maile
Aiona are the Women's
FRONT ROW: Evan Sugiyama, Vice President;
Ruth McFarland, Historian; Katherine Bush, Pre-
sident. BACK ROW: Lucile Hyer, Advisor;
Harriette Kamakea, Sports Director, Audrette
Meriellen Howell swings while Nanc) Wal-
lace watches her form.
The purpose of the Women s Intra-
mural Association is to promote first
- sportsmanship, second -association
with all the girls from different
nations and third - recreation, as a
means of expression.
The Kamehameha Chapter of the Inter-
collegiate Knights is a national honorary
service fraternity. More commonly known
as the I.K.'s it has been active in many
projects this year: Freshmen Initiation,
lighting of the block "C", and acting as
tour guides and ushers at many school
functions. The big project for the year
was the painting of parking stalls and traffic
lines on the campus.
The membership also participated in money
raising ventures which enabled them to
secure furniture for their fraternity room
and to help pay for the other expenses
incured during the year.
The membership this year was twenty-
five. The members logged well over a
thousand hours in service and work projects
for the school and the studentbody.
Once again the IK's selected a Chapter
Kuuipo from the coeds on campus. After
the competition was over Anne Buffandeau
was presented to the studentbody as the
IK Kuuipo. She was presented at their
assembly on April 9, 1964.
Anne Buffandeau - Chapter Kuuipo
Dale Hammond ^_
imes it is safer working hi here by my-
lan being out with the IK's.
It's a long walk just to move a lo
of broken bricks around.
NICHI BUN KAI
The purpose of this club was to promote an interchange of cultural and educational ideas on Japan
among the community and the students of the Church College of Hawaii.
Club activities throughout the school year included Sushi sales, picnics, assemblies and socials.
FRONT ROW- Lorraine Sato, Judy Okimura, Dee Dee Tai, Amy Akamine, Katsuhiro Kajiyama, Takeshi Miyara, Carol Kanda
Helene Meyers-Advisor, Melvin Tano SECOND ROW: Barbara Teruya, Magel Nakamori, Heine Peters, Ronald Ige, Ronald
Muronaga, Rikuo Toma THIRD ROW: Paulette Kajiwara, Akira Yafuso, Jerry Imamoto, Larry Takaki FOURTH ROW.
Kinbourne Lo, Charlene Young, Janice Darlene Takaki, Shirley Fong, Roy Okubo, Allen Ishihara, Dennis Wong FIFTH
ROW: Raymond Lum, Stanley Akamine, Kenneth Murota, Larry DOdo, Ronald Kagawa
Hal Gunn, Stop FLIRTING!
John Beck don't you argue wi'ch the doctor.
Oh, did he go that -a-*
WATCH OUT YOU'RE SPILLING! These boys are trying to do the "Swan" ballet.
The Queen, Aiona Fakalata from
Tonga, was crowned by Noel McGrevy,
then the editor of the Na Hoa Pono.
Miss Fakalata is a Freshman.
MISS NA HOA PONO Aspirants-. FRONT ROW: Carol
Kanda, Millie Teruya, Helene Kaneakua, Selena Stehlin.
MIDDLK ROW: Akilisi Pahulu, Mary Ann Wayman, Gayle
Hymas, Paulette Kagiwara, Doreen Tano. BACK ROW:
Lynda Godfrey, Aiona Fakalata, Relva Sonderegger, Glenna
Whiting, Joan Wilson, Momi Larson, Arlette Hew.
AIONA IN ACTION!
NA HOA PONO
Nineteen aspirants entered the Miss Na
Hoa Pono Contest but only four could be
November 26, 1963, was a memorable
Tuesday evening for the four contestants
that were chosen for the court.
During the intermission the court con-
sisting of the Queen and three attendants
What are you smiling at.Lynda?
Lynda Lee Godfrey, a Freshman from
Preston, Idaho, was the first runner-up
and v/as escorted by Ronnie Sharp.
1 — ^1
Glenna Whiting of the Theatra Club
sang to the delight of the Na Hoa
Prom Flagstaff, Arizona, Glenna Whiting,
a Sophomore, was the second runner-up.
Her escort was Earl Buchman.
Artistry and balance in flower arranging
is displayed under the hands of Arlette Hew
representing the Hui Alii Club.
Freshman Arlette Hew of Honolulu, Oahu,
was introduced as the third runner-up when
she was escorted by Allan Loo.
Aspirants for MISS NA HOA PONO title
Preference Ball Court - David Wela, Jack
Winn, Renae Laird, and Patoa Benioni.
The Preference Ball was held on March 6,
1964 in the college gymnasium.
The women students of the Church College
of Hawaii selected Jack Winn of Kailua, Oahu,
as the "Most Preferred Man* for 1964. Winn
was crowned by Daphne Cummings, the Presi-
dent of the Associated Women Students.
Winn was the President of the Associated
Men Students and is majoring in Physical
Patoa Benioni, a native of the
Cook Islands, was first attendant
to Jack Winn. Benioni is a Sopho-
more, with a major in Industrial
Arts and a minor in Mathematics.
He is a member of the Samoana
jlE* * t
David Wela, a Sophomore from
Hilo, Hawaii, was chosen by the
women of CCH as the second
attendant to the "Most Preferred
Man". Wela is a Physical Educa-
tion Major with a minor in Bio-
logical Science. This Hawaiian,
Chinese guy finds great pride
in being a member of the Kanaka
Angel team, which plays in the
FRONT ROW: Violet Ai, Barbara Teruya, Lorraine Sato,
Charlotte Arakaki. BACK ROW: Calvin Uyeda, Lincoln
Takenaka, Dennis Wong, Ronald Kagawa, Kingsley Luke.
Student National Education Association's
purpose has remained twofold; (1) to elevate
the character and advance the interests of the
profession of teaching; and (2) to promote the
cause of education in the United States.
HOMECOMING QUEEN AND COURT
Janet Mack who hails from
Ogden,l tah was the first atten-
dant to the Queen.
Bonnie Williams oJ Florida
was the second attendant to Man-
ya on the Homecoming Court.
Many a Christensen
Manya Christensen from Reno, Nevada
was selected by the basketball team as Home-
coming Queen for 1963-1964. Manya is a fresh-
man majoring in sociology with a minor in
Students wait their turn Enjoying
to get their plate of yourself
Vatau Galeai and John
Beck eating their way
through the pie eating
proTe\ y e/rf ght B t r oXE!f£ eS * "^ ' Farmer ' s D ^"' «** »
Suzanne Fitzgerald tries to get forty winks on
ke peppy traveling assembly belts outdaring M ^7 and ^'kmar^sk the r0ad ' between sh ° WS -
rformance at CCH. «Mr. Sandman" for a dreamboat.
PRESENTING THE CCH TRAVELING ASSEMBLY IN ACTION.
CCH Traveling Choral Ensemble toured Kauai
during the semester break in January.
Latin hymns to Carribean calypso were the
numbers done by the group at Waimea High School,
Kapaa High School, Coco Palms Hotel and a bene-
fit show at the LDS Lihue Branch.
Accompanying the group was the Dean of Instruct-
ion Dr. Kay J. Andersen, and Mrs. Andersen.
Naomi Okawa, Studentbody Treasurer, accompanied
as the Studentbody representative.
To set the cause above renown,
To love the game beyond the prize,
To honour, while you strike hi m down,
The foe that comes with fearless eyes:
To count the life of battle good,
And dear the land that gave you birth,
And dearer yet the brotherhood
That binds the brave of all the earth.
An essential part of any school's spirit
is its corps of pepsters. These girls urged
reluctant audiences into cheers of encourage-
ment when basketball games were going
badly for the Seasiders and, of course,
sparked the enthusiastic cheers when the
scores favored the Laie courtsmen.
MAILE RICHARDS VATAU GALEAI
The Church College Seasiders after a slow start built ud steam
UCE MAY, EMERY SMITH, JAMES RATHBURN
NICK KAUHI, Coach MAC MADSEN
WAN PULE, GERALD KAHUE, PHILLIP HEW LEN
STEVE CLIFFORD, ORLANDO STEVENS
HARD CALDITO, MASON NAMAHOE,
WILFRED NAVALTA, JOSEPH MACHADO
JOSEPH MACHADO +
"^.^^w RICHARD CALDIT
PHILLIP HEWLEN^ ^
>icwc* uirrv» GERALp KAHU[ ^
JAMES RATHBURN* f^ J±
EMERY SMITH M ^. 4Q
My mummy said I could play
with you big boys.
You mean we aren't playing soccer?
You're doing fine. Now try a turn.... do you suppose that's really a camera he's pointing at us? I told you I could reach higher..
JOHN LATU VILIAMI SIKA
KOLOTI WOLFGRAMM HERMAN WOLFGRAMM
TORIS FAAPOULI IOSEFA TOIA
MORTON MUTI SIONE KENI
NORI RACULE JACK TU'IASOA
ALIPATE FAKALATA MIKE WILLIAMS SAMUELA LANGI
s not too bad. Mavbe with a needlt
"I wanna hold your hand!"
This Bee na like
TEHINA MOO DAUD SAHIM NICHOLAS LEVY JOSAIA NATOKO
EMERY SMITH HOATATAU TONGA JOSAIA VAKALALA
TEKEHU MUNANUI EUGENE WONG OPURA MO'O AMI AVA WAQANIVALU BUKARAU
JOHN PHILIP SIONE SIKA JOHN LATU JACK TU'IASOA JOHN KENI MORTON MUTI PATOA BENIONI
JAMES LEE MINEO HONDA LEM NALEAI KINGSLEY LUKE
Discouraged by the number of boys who
turned out for the wrestling squad, Coach
Kent Staheli built his gladiators in strength
and ability to beat his adversaries indivi-
dually as well as a team.
on Muti demonstrates his
weight lifting ability.
John Philip holds down James Lee
as Coach Staheli grimaces.
The two Sione's (Sika and Keni) battle for the title...
Among these wrestlers wore Vea Vehlkite,
a four year BtSte champion; Johl
three year state champion; John Philip, a
one year state champion; and other fine
wrestlers such as: John Kenl, Slone Sika,
Patoa Benlonl and Jam*
ro these men are DM) BS] 'a
Shall we dance?
No w are you going to stop using that greasy kid-stuff???
DANIEL LOUGHMILLER • BRUCE MAY • TORISE FAAPOULI • JOE VAKALALA * SEFO VI ■ Cooed STAHELI
JAMES HIGA * ORLANDO STEVENS * VERNON DAVIS
The CCH track squad sprinted, leaped, and hurdled
its way through an eventful season. Long hours of gruel-
ing practice and almost unlimited talent enabled the team
to participated in every event which they felt they could
get points in.
Among the tracksters were veterans from previous
years. Jack Winn was a champion 440-yard runner and
Stan Natividad an outstanding sprinter both in the 100
and 220 yard dash. Vernon Davis, a fine half miler,
was unable to compete in the early part of the season.
The highlight of the track season was a trip to Maui
to compete against the state top finalists.
CCH trackster Orlando Stevens, left, follows Bruce May over
the low hurdles.
With the exertion lifting him from
the ground, Sifo Vi practices putting
:he steel shot.
For heaven's sake, don't trip this time!
On your mark.,
This year's intramurals program under the direction of coaches
Mac Madsen and Kent Staheli has been a successful one. This program
was for the benefit of boys with interest in sports but who did not
have enough time to participate in varsity competition. Intramurals
included football, basketball, wrestling, swimming, baseball, track,
volley ball, and handball.
Our thanks to coaches Madsen and Staheli for a job well done.
Le fly kites. I fly MUO
To pray together, in whatever
tongue or ritual, is the most
hope and tender brotherhood of
sympathy that men can contract
in this life.
CHURCH COLLEGE of HAWAII
FIRST WARD BISHOPRIC
Georgi greets revita. The first ward Bishopric consist of
Moll Ngatuvai, second counselor; Bishop Nephi Georgi, Ward Bishop;
Bobb) Chang, assistant ward clerk; Allen Barcarse, first counselor;
Wayne McGrevy, assistant ward clerk; and Tevita Kaili. ward clerk.
Nephi Georgi serves as Bishop of the First Ward. His
counselors are Allen Barcarse and Moli Ngatuvai. The
Bishopric helps the students with personal problems, school
troubles and gives spiritual guidance. They organize the
ward so all the auxiliaries run smoothly. The bishopric
calls the officers to serve in the organizations of the ward.
Allen Barcarse is the advisor to the Sunday School. Moli
Ngatuvai is the advisor to the Mutual Association. Bishop
Nephi Georgi is the president of the Priest Quorum and
advisor to the Relief Society.
There are approximately two hundred members in the
First Ward. The First Ward consists of the second floor
of Men's and Women's Dorm I, and the whole of Men's
and Women's Dorm II. The First Ward meets Sunday
morning at nine-thirty for Sunday School and at five o'clock
for Sacrament Meeting.
CHURCH COLLEGE of HAWAII
Roger Gull. second counselor ; David Walch, first counselor; Bishop Wayne
Allison, Ward Bishop; Richard Waite, ward clerk.
Wayne Allison is the Bishop of the new church College ol Hawaii Second Ward.
Brother Walch and Brother Haggen wore his counselors firsi Bemeater. When Brother
Haggen was called to another position, Roger Gull was called to the position
counselor. Bishop Allison is the president ol the Trust Quorum and advit
Relief Society. Brother Walch La advisor to the Sund.n School and Roger Gull
to the Mutual Improvement Association.
The Second Ward was formed this school year in October. It com
floor of Men's and Women's Dorm i, and the whole ol Men's and W<
It meets Sunday morning at ten-thirty for Sunday School and seven
The hirst ward Sunday School Superintendency consists
of Stan Cur now, Superintendent; William Sika, first assist-
ant; Rodney Johnson, second assistant (not pictured);
Kandi Malan, secretary, with Allan Barcarse, Advisor.
The purpose of the Sunday School is to teach members
gospel principles and encourage them to put them into
practice. The Sunday School Superintendency' s job is to
arrange for classrooms and teachers, keep records and
conduct the meetings.
The Second Ward Superindency consists of John Beck, second
assistant; Larry Neilson, superintendent; and Joe Salea ,
first assistant. Missing from the picture is Daphne Cum-
The Second Ward Relief Soceity Presidency consists
of Sharol Lum, secretary/treasurer; Harata Pere,
first counselor; Kav Amaru, President; and Eileen
Gull, second counselor.
The Second Ward Relief Society sponsored a Baby
Shower for Bishop Allison's wife, and a small social
for the sisters at the beginning of the second semester.
The Relief Society sisters sang at the Christmas and
Ward Conference. During the Ward Conference the
Relul Society has a program with the Slake ( >i :
The First Ward Presidency consists of A k 1 1 1 .- .
retary/treasurer; Victoria Kealohi, first counselor; Marilyn D
president; and Aiona Fakalata, second counselor.
In the First Ward, Marilyn Davics served as President of the
Relief Society. Toyoko Ba reuse was tirst counselor until
when Victoria Kealohi took her place.Aiona Fakalata was ttu
The First Ward Relict Societ) sponsored a Fireside Witt) tit*
Quorum. The) had a COOkif sale and with the profits Iron) that
thev had .1 party, rhey put on a prog] new Me eti ng.
rheil chorus sane at (.iuistmas and tor their proci I
with the Second \\ a i \l Relict SOCiet) the) served ictn.>l
the Blond Drive.
YMMIA Officers included (standing left to right): Larry
Figueira, 2nd Ward Secretary; John Wheeler, Superintendent;
Bob I dwards, 1st Ward Secretary; (seated) Joe Kaleikini,
2nd Counselor, Raymond Sasaki, 1st Counselor.
YOUNG MEN'S MUTUAL
Looking for glass balls th<
Four YMMIA teachers were: Phillip Hew Len, Perry
White, Vernon Davies, and Bill Fruean.
The officers and teachers of the YWMIA consist of; FRONT ROW: Janice
Jones, Ruth Orr, Bette Danao, and Norene Mills. SECOND ROW: Glenna Whiting,
Barbara Neilson, Allison Baxter. THIRD ROW: Donna Pack, Jenni Paul, Nevada
Whitford, Luana Holokai, Joan Wilson and Janet Mack.
Jan Rogers was president of the YWMIA first semester. Carolyn Pierce and
Jennifer Paul assisted her. At second semester, Donna Pack was made president
with Charlotte Smith and Jennifer Paul as counselors. A Merry-go-round Square
Dance was the opening social for the MIA. They sponsored Sing-a-longs, Fire-
sides, our Green. and Gold Ball, MM and Gleaner Week with the Stake, the Music
Festival, drama activities and athletic teams.
The Chief and her right-hand man.
fylie Swapp Davi(1 Sa h, m John Nui Opuro Mo'o
Judy Smith Mary Pere Katie Sadler Takeku Mananui
ay Jepson Mahana Moo Na'ati Talakai Sandra Okumukini Louise Palmer
Campus Stake Missionaries are students
called by the Stake Mission President to
spread the gospel to non-raemb
campus. Ihey serve tor two years.
Stake missionaries missing from the picture
include: Roy Brown, Beryl Dayes, Gustave
Forsythe, Irene Holmes, John Johnson,
Hartwell Kaneakoa, Linda Terry, and
Counselor to the Mission Presidency Wylie
Swapp and District Supervisor David Sahim
discuss missionary work on campus.
The Catholic Church, Kahuku
The Methodist Church, Kahuku.
The Episcopal Church, Kahuku.
Other churches which CCH students ol different denominations attend-
ed were: Baptist, Buddhist, Catholic, Christian, christian S<
Church of Kngland, Community, Congregationallst, Eplscopalia
Orthodox, Hongwangi, Jehovah Witness, Jewish, Lutheran, v
Presbyterian, Protestant, Shinto.
Saturday, October 12, 1963, the Polynesian Cultural Center was dedicated.
POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTER
Hugh B. Brown of the First Presidency gives
the dedicatory address.
Opening night at the Polynesian Cultural Center.
Tina Te'o was the victim of this not-too-serious
motor scooter accident.
All together now--l, 2, 3.
Hawaii means days in the sun for
Manya and friend.
Graduation Day - M.R.S. degree obtained.
What's Marilyn got that I don't ?
United Nations vim-
MR. NA HOA PONO, alias Ralph Harney
Atualo, Penina 63
Afualo, Slant 85
Ah Hee, Evangeline .
Ah Quln, Joseph 46
Ah Sing, Leila 78
Ai, Violet 46
Aina, Ma lie 85
Aiona, Vida 63
Akamine, Amy 85
Akana, Nani Ann 63
Aki, Mel 46
Akina, Loretta 63
Akiyama, Irene 63
Alaiamua, Moetoto ... 63
Aldndge, Carol 78
Allison, Ronald 78
Allred, Donna 63
Allred, Kris 91
Asula, Samuela 63
Amaru, Kay 46
Amasio, Sisi 85
Amona, Roselyn .... 85
Andrus, Lisa 85
Angel, Id 47
Amu, William 63
Arakaki, Charlotte ... 47
Arakaki, May 81
Arakaki, Vernelle ... 78
Asao, Howard 63
Atono, Aukuso 63
Atuaia, Vailaau 63
Au, Judy 63
1 olafolaga 63
Baker, Antoinette 78
Ball, Steven 63
Bamhridge, Lisa 63
Barclay, Barbara 81
Barlow, Diane 91
Barrett, Rae Dene .... 78
Basker, Peter 64
Bassett , James tA
Basso, Charles 64
Bechert, Wayne 64
Bechert, Juliana 78
Heck, John 47
Begonia, Patricia 64
Benioni, Patoa 64
Black, Fred 78
Boe, Barbara 64
Bourlin, Peter 64
Brower, Charles 78
Brown, Mary Agnes ... 78
Brown, Mary Sue .... 91
Brown, Roy 85
Burke, Lucy 58
Buffandeau, Anne .... 91
Bukarau, Waqanivalu . . 91
Byrd, Gloria 64
Calilao, Nester 78
Calles, David 64
Calles, Emerald 64
Cardon, Peggy 78
Chagami, Arlene 78
Chan, Angela 64
Chan, Wah Kin .64
Chandler, Jane 47
Chang, Daphne 78
Chang, Eric 78
Chang, Juanita 91
Chang, June 78
Chapman, Rosanne ... 78
Chikazaua, Dennis . ... 85
Childs, Marilyn 91
Ching, Drena 64
Ching, George 64
Choy, Claire 91
Christensen, Manya ... 64
Christian, Wayne 64
Chun, Eric 64
Chun, Karen 79
Chung, Diana 65
Clever, Nancy 79
Clonts, Robert 65
Cloutier, Robert 85
Coburn, Linda 79
Cockett, Mike 88
Colby, Carolyn 65
Combs, Caroldeen <-)\
Connable, Lynne 91
Cook Zj na ' ." .' 79
, Margaret .."!.' 79
Craig, Diana 55
Craig, Linda 79
C rooks, Glen 55
Cuizon, Carmen 85
Davie, Marillyn 79
Davis, Sandra 65
Dayes, Beryl 79
Deia Cruz, Paulette ... 65
Delany, Maxeen 85
Devereaux, Neil 65
Devereaux, Paul 65
Dietrich, Robert 65
Dodo, Larry 79
Draayer, Linda 79
Dumaquin, James 65
Edwards, Robert 65
111, Irwin 48
Ellis, Kathy 91
! His, Mike 65
Enlow, Terry 65
Enos, Dwayne 65
Fa'apouli, Torise .... 65
Fain, Priscilla 65
Fakalata, Aiona 65
Fakalata, Anne 91
Fannin, Bonnie 66
Fatafehi, Wilson 66
Fernadez, Lorraine ... 66
Feuz, Erica 79
Figueira, Lawrence ... 66
Figuerres, Leola 66
Fisher, Cynthia 66
Fonua, Paul 79
Forsythe, Gustave . ... 48
Freitas, Harry 66
Furbee, Jaynie 91
Furuto, David 66
Fuyumura, Karen .... 66
Galeai, Vatau 85
Genzer, James 66
Gibson, Klaus Peter ... 66
Gitlin, Robert 66
Goddard, Judy 91
Godfrey, Linda 66
Goo, Lynda 79
Goo, Wanda 66
Gowans, Margaret . ... 85
Goya, I laine 66
Greig, Josephine 48
Gregory, Judy 91
Guerrero, Marvin .... 85
Gull, Roger 49
Gunn, Harold 66
Haitsuka, Calvin 66
Haleck, William ..... 67
Hallstrom, James . ... 67
Hansen, Allyn 91
Hansen, Joel 79
Hansen, Robert 85
Hardy, Joan 67
Harker, Zoe Ann 67
Ha/ner, Robin 91
Heirahuji, Charles .... 67
Hemaloio, Viliami . ... 49
Hew, Arlette 67
Higuchi, Nora 85
Hirata, Ronald 67
Ho, Wilson 85
Hollingsworth, Sally ... 67
Ho'.olcai, Luana 4-}
Hope, Susan 67
Howard, Mamo 79
Howard, Martin 53
Howell, Merriellen .... 79
Huddy, David 86
Hunk in, I'd ward .... 67
Hunkin, Tui 67
H urrell, John 79
Ichijo, Kiyoko 67
Ieli, Tiva 67
Imamoto, Jerry 67
Imazu, Judith 79
Ing, Betty Ann 50
Ingram, Irvin 79
Ito, Jane . 86
Tri Jackson, Linda .67
I Jarman, Rosemary ... 86
Jepson, Gay . . ...... 86
Jepsen, Lee . .67
Jessop, Doughlas ..... 80
Johnson, John . ...... 50
Johnson, Kay ........ 50
Jones, Christine .80
Jones, Janice ........ 86
Jones, Pamela ....... 67
Jones, Randall ....... 67
Justus, Charlene . .... 68
Kaanehe, Odetta ...... 68
Kaili, David 86
Kajiyama, Katsuhiro ... 80
Kala, Elsie ......... 80
Kalama, Frank , 50
Kaluhiokalani, Norman . . 68
Kam, William ........ 68
Kamana, Agnes ....... 68
Kanahele, Thomas ..... 68
Kanakaole, Parley ..... 68
Kane, Verna .68
Kaneakua, Helen ...... 51
Kanemoto, Mary Ann ... 68
Karr, Gladys ........ 92
Kau, Diane . 68
Kaupu, Robert ....... 68
Kawaauhau, Linda . . . . 68
Keakealani, Shirley ... 68
Kealamakia, Thomas ... 68
Kealohi, Victoria ..... 86
Kekuawa, Paulette . ... 68
Kelsey, David 68
| Kepoo, LaVerne 86
Kiana, Hansen 68
Kiaha, Henry 68
Kiilau, Pearl 51
King, Yvonne 92
Kinikini, Dan 69
Koenig, Roy 69
Komatsu, Fern 69
Kongaika, Kakala 69
Kretchraer, Andrea .... 69
Kualaau, Ezra 69
Kualaau, Haunani 51
Kubo, Mike 86
Kumar, Shishir . ..... 80
Kuoha, Cherlyn 80
Kuoha, Helen 51
Lagadon, Lucia 69
Lamb, Thomas 69
Latu, John 52
Lavatai, LeRoy 69
Lavulo, Sikineti 69
Lawrence, Pamela .... 69
Leavitt, Carolyn 69
Lee, Brenda 69
Lee, Currie , .80
Lee, James 86
Lee, Kathryn 80
Lee, Leah 92
Lee, John 69
Lee, Vincent 69
Lee, Wanda 69
Leiataua, Tala 69
Leonard, Sheri 92
Leong, Sidney 86
Leslie, Eugene 69
Liberty, Karen 80
Likes, Jana 70
Lincoln, Alberta 80
Lindsey, Lokelani .... 92
Liu, Alvin 86
Liufuu, Alufi Hunkia ... 70
Lo, Kinbourne 80
Lomu, Benjamin 70
Loo, Allan 86
Loughmiller, Daniel ... 70
Luke, Kingsley 52
Lum, Raymond 86
Lum, Stanley 80
MacArthur, Susan 70 Naemmau, Ruth . . .
McGee, Renee 80 Naeta, Mosese 92
McGregor, Daniel 70 Nakaaone, R* S
McGrevy, Noel 87 Nakata, Katnerine .
McGrevy, Wayne 87 NaluaJ Bonnie M
McKlnlay, Heather ...70 Namahoe, Mason .
McKinnon, Bethel 92 Natividad, Stan ....
Maeda, Annette 86
Maeshiro, Lydia 70
Mahi, Louise 92
Malan, Kandi 80
Malan, Mike 70
Malohifo'ou, Lakalaka ... 52
Manki, Carol ......... 70
Manu, Judy 53
Manu, Nesa . , 86
Manuia, Lily 86
Manulelewa, Sale 70
Manuro, Petala 70
Marcos, Joseph 80
Mataele, Tupouniua .... 70
Mateaki, Sala 86
Matheny, Melodie 87
Matsuda, Allen 87
Matsui, June 92
Matsuoka, George 70
Matthes, Rudy 80
Matuauto, Sipuao 92
Mauigoa, Nifo 70
Mausia, Etika 87
May, Bruce 70
Mecham, Brenda 80
Miguel, Josefina 58
Milar, Betty 70
Miles, Ron 70
Mills, Norene 71
Miyashiro, Chester .... 81
Mizuta, Robin 87
Mohetau, David . . ,
Moo, Opura ......
Muchmore, Ann SI
Munanui, Tekeku 71
Muramoto, Marsha .... 71
Muronaga, Ronald "1
Murota, Melvin "l
Natoko, Josaia 92
Nepe, Marseilles 54
Ngai, LeRoy 71
Ngatuvai, Moli 54
Niau, Wilma 71
Niday, Gilbert 71
Nielsen, Pamela 71
Nielson, Karen 71
Niko, Winnie ~i
Nishida, Lloyd 71
Nishiyama, Melvin . ... "1
Niutupu'ivahu, Tiki .... "1
North, Gary 71
Oates, Lynn 87
Ochs, Darwin "
Ofa Vea, Tupou ....
Ohumukini, Henry . .
Ohumukini, Maurice .
Ohumukini, Sandra . ... 57
Okawa, Naomi ....
Okazaki, Shirley Ann .
Okimur, Harold ....
Orr, Ruth ...
Pack, Donna SI
Palmer, Mar> Lynn . .
Panoke, Abraham ...
Parker, Pre,! .
Parker, Wa\ne ....
Parsons, I'tu 1
Poliahu, George ...
Potter, Sandra 72
Pule, Lyman 72
Pule, Ka\ mond 73
Quensell, Walter 92
Rast, Michele 92
Reeve, Kathleen 73
Rue, ! verctt 81
Richards, Maile 81
Richards, Moana 55
EUcbert, Lance . . . . . . 1
Roberts, Christine . . . . SS
Rodrigues, Mike . .
Rogers, Gary 92
Roll, I.vnne 73
Rothey, Lon si
Roubiek, Daniela 73
Sadler, Katie 88
Sahim, David 88
Sakuma, Dennis 88
i, Sailina 73
Salbacka, Phylia 88
Salea, [OSefa 88
Sanft, Matangi 88
Sasaki, Raymond 88
Schutt, Barbara 73
Scott, James 81
Seort, Karolaina ....... 7
Seiji, Judy 81
Sequeira, LeVan 73
Sethman, Gaile 73
Sharp, Ronnie 73
Sheldon, Richard 55
Shepard, Thomas 81
Shibuya, Carol 5"
Shimizu, Garv 73
Shin, Myung Whan . . .
Shiriwastau, Satish . . . . °3
Sika, Sione 81
Sika, hill SS
Silva. Kuuipo 55
Sing, Ronald 81
Smith, James 73
Smith, ! mery
Smith, Kenneth 82
Snyder, Richard 73
Spangler, rriaha 73
Stanley, Mike 88
Stanlej , Paul 73
Stephenson, DeAnn .... 73
Steven, Clifford ...
Stevens, Nora Lee .... 82
Stoddard, Richard .... 74
Strozewski, Sue 8 J
Stuart, Janet 74
Suafilo, Paul 88
Swickard, Laura 74
Sybrowsky, Paul 74
1 agucbi, Vclma 93
rai, Doreen 82
rai, Dorothea 88
Iakahashi, Dennis . ... 74
Iakaki, Janice 74
Talakai, Soana 55
Tam, Alan 74
Tarn, Nellannette 74
Tamura, Thelma 82
Tano, Doreen 82
Taosoaa, Penilosa . ... 93
Tapusoa, Luse ....... 82
itea, Thereae .... "4
I'erry, Linda 82
reruya, Barbara B9
reruya, Mildred 89
Toia, Joseph 74
I red 74
roki, Solomon ....... 74
lom, Ronna .74
Toma, Rikua . 81
romita, Frances 74
Tong, Norman 89
Tonga, Hoatatau 74
Tonga, Leslie . 89
Topolinski, John 74
Toutaiolepo, Ikavuka ... 75
l rueblood, Manna .... 82
l utuga, i u'ifao . . -
ruhoe, i eila 93
1 u'iasoa, Jack 75
1 uitua, Solia ........ 75
I Uifua, l lu'anui V'A
1 uione, Sione 93
ruiono, I ru 89
I unavuki, Ann 75
rukuafu, romasi 89
l landa\ , Lorraine . ... 75
I luave, Pita 75
Uwi, Harriet 75
i re, Pat 89
Vaioleti, Alani . 75
Vakalala, josaia 93
Vamanrav, Peter 75
Vannatta, Anna . . .... 89
Vasconcellos, Sue Ann . . 82
Venu, William ....... 75
Vimahi, John ........ 89
Von Dem Kamp, Mary . . 56
Waagen, Jerry ....... 83
Wardell, Margaret .... 75
Wayman, Mary ....... 83
Webb, Don 56
Webb, Lynette ....... 93
Westwood, Russell .... 83
Wheeler, John ....... 75
White, Burl ......... 83
white, Elaine 75
White, Perry ........ 75
Whitford, Kay . ...... 58
Whitford, Nevada ..... 89
Whiting, Glenna ...... 83
Wight, Harry ........ 75
Williams, Bonnie ..... 75
Williams, Ld ........ 83
Williams, Mike 89
Wilson, George 75
Wilson, Joan 89
Winn, Jack 89
Wolf, Deborah .75
Wolfgramm, Koloti .... 76
w olfgi amm, Makeleta
Wong, I ugene
Wong, Randolph . . . .
Wong Chong, Audre\ .
Woodburj , Mayone . .
Yamada, Rodne\ . . .
Yamamoto, Carolyn .
Yamasaki, Norman . .
Yee, Josophine . . . .